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How Our Private Bar Tutoring Works.
Our live one-on-one tutoring is conducted by the best of the best bar tutors who have all passed the bar themselves and have years helping others do the same.
Our tutors evaluate students individually and identify their weaknesses in order to focus on what will maximize their potential.
Tutoring sessions happen at your convenience over the phone or via video conferencing. Once we match you with one of our tutors you can schedule a time that works for you.
Though it's recommended that you stay with the same tutor throughout your journey there is the option to switch tutors at any time.
Become Another Success Story
WMU Cooley Law School
"After several unsuccessful attempts I recently just found out I passed! The amazing part is that I did this while working full-time. The material is organized for easy memorization and reference. I also took advantage of personal tutoring which helped tremendously!
Fordham University School of Law
"My BarMax tutor was an exceptional teacher, listener, interlocutor, and had a fine understanding of individual student's needs and skills. He assisted me with creating a game plan, and utilizing all the BarMax resources"
"My tutor for the UBE exam was extrememly helpful. He walked me through how to properly answer essays and multiple choice questions. As a result I went from failing the UBE in July to passing in February with an increase of 59 points."
"I worked with my tutor over a four month period in preparation for the UBE and steadily watched my scores increase on all sections of the bar exam as I continued to practice and turn them in for feedback."
See Tutoring in Action.
Whitney Shirley, a Maryland licensed attorney, obtained a B.A. in Sociology and Criminology from the Pennsylvania State University and earned her J.D. from Howard University School of Law. Whitney excelled on the Uniform Bar Exam with a score of 313. She understands that studying for the Bar Exam is a unique experience for everyone because people learn differently, so she does not employ a one-size-fits-all approach. Whitney is highly passionate about helping students reach their fullest potential.
Nate Stein received his B.A. from the University of Florida and his J.D. from the New York University School of Law. His career as a lawyer has been focused on human rights and public interest law, and he has worked on rights of people with disabilities, mechanisms for the enforcement of human rights in international contexts, and environmental protection and greenwashing litigation. He has years of experience in teaching and truly enjoys helping students achieve their studying and career goals. In his free time, Nate enjoys drawing, writing, photography, and learning languages.
Melissa Allsteadt graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelors of Arts with a concentration in History. She received her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University and graduated cum laude. She is an active member of the Michigan State Bar and the California State Bar and has been admitted into the Eastern District of Michigan and the Central District of California Federal Courts. In private practice, she was a prosecutor for several municipalities and was Lead Corporate Counsel for a private mortgage lender. Currently, Mrs. Allsteadt has focused on tutoring for the Bar Exam for over the past two years.